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Come celebrate small businesses

| January 16, 2018

COSHOCTON – The New Year Small Business Kickoff Show will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 21, at Hopewell School. “I know a lot of people have heard about some of these businesses, but they may not know all they have to offer,” said Jacob Bair, organizer of the event. Browse […]

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Clary Gardens director returns home to raise family, give back to community

Clary Gardens director returns home to raise family, give back to community

| January 16, 2018

COSHOCTON – Jandi Adams found it really easy to get a job when she graduated from The Ohio State University with her degree in molecular genetics. The 2001 River View High School graduate applied to several places and soon found herself employed by the Ohio Department of Agriculture as a lab technician, but she always […]

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Mark’s Musings – January 17, 2018

Mark’s Musings – January 17, 2018

| January 16, 2018

Did you get what you wished for? No, I am not referring to your Christmas list or your New Year’s resolutions. We have covered those topics already and are now halfway through the first month of the year. I am making a reference to the blast of old fashioned winter that has swept through Coshocton […]

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Mark’s Musings – January 10, 2018

Mark’s Musings – January 10, 2018

| January 10, 2018

Finally we have a bit of a reprieve from the bitter cold temperatures. By now, you’ve heard your share of “It’s so cold outside that . . .” so I will just not go there. I have nothing original anyway. I heard that over 3,000 fans braved the cold to attend the 0-16 Browns “parade”. […]

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Council agrees to table noise ordinance

Council agrees to table noise ordinance

| January 9, 2018

COSHOCTON – Coshocton City Council met Jan. 8. The council members agreed to table legislation 54-17 an ordinance to amend section 509.03 unreasonable noise; amplifications devices of the City of Coshocton’s codified ordinances. “Uncorked sent representatives asking for it to be tabled so they could have time to address council,” said Cherry Wilson, council clerk. […]

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Annual father/daughter dance held at Coshocton Elementary School

Annual father/daughter dance held at Coshocton Elementary School

| January 8, 2018

COSHOCTON – Despite the bitter cold, the gym at Coshocton Elementary School was full of dressed up dads, uncles and grandpas with their beautiful “dates” for the evening. Excited girls ran around showing off their dresses and giggling over their dad’s dance moves. “One Snowy Night” was the theme of the third annual Father/Daughter Dance […]

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Mark’s Musings – January 3, 2018

Mark’s Musings – January 3, 2018

| January 2, 2018

Welcome to a New Year. Here’s hoping that your holidays were bright and filled with good cheer, laughter and time with loved ones. As we move full ahead into the brand spanking New Year of 2018, let’s hope that your year is filled with good tidings, blessings and joy. Some of that I believe we […]

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Dog tags help lost dogs return home

Dog tags help lost dogs return home

| December 29, 2017

COSHOCTON – No one likes to think about their furry friend getting lost, but updated dog tags could help your dog return home safely. The deadline to get dog tags for the four-legged members of your family is Wednesday, Jan. 31. Cost is $12 per tag for a one-year tag, $60 for a kennel tag, […]

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